Café du Cap‘s flagship retail outlet at 113 Loop Street (in the Cartel House building) is a very beautiful, very relaxed, place for you to enjoy yourself and indulge in some delicious homemade, wholesome eats and treats. In terms of background music, you can expect some French café tunes, smooth jazz, Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra. Edith Piaf, Rolling Stones – some Marvin Gaye – that kind of thing. You know the drill.
The latest issues of FT Weekend, Monocle, Architectural Digest and Conde Nast Traveler are available for you to indulge in some quality journalism, where the headlines actually make sense.
There are exquisite ladies’ kaftans available, alongside rare copper pots, vintage French homeware and furniture.
You get the picture – this place is staggeringly Instagram friendly.
Oh, there’s a hot plate ‘Plat du Jour’ lunch table and salad bar that will become addictive. All your dream sandwiches are available, as well as the best Croque Monsieurs in Cape Town. We serve that with crisps on the side, like in France. Quiche, killer cheese cake, perfectly roasted coffee – it’s all there.
Seriously – this is no joke.
Check out our menu here.
Café du Cap is brought to you by 2oceansvibe, so you can be sure the service will be on a level we are used to “when traveling on the continent.”
You’ll also probably spot some of 2oceansvibe’s smoking hot staff milling about. Including the sultry Jasmine Stone, who is known to do some of her most intense investigative journalism over a chicken pie.
We look forward to having you… (bows and exits in reverse)
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Café du Cap can be found at Cartel House, 113 Loop, Cape Town.
We’re keeping things under cover for now – very stealth – so there’s no signage.
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